Something Old, Something New, Something Blue
Exceptional ‘old’ circa-1765, Robert Adam gilt-wood pier table can be seen (and purchased) at the booth of London gallerist, Frank Partridge at the 24th Annual International Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show beginning October 19th at Manhattan’s Park Avenue Armory.
Something ‘new’ create your one-of-a-kind classic table using this fabulous piece for inspiration.
My go to source for ornament is Decorators Supply. This would be a stunning choice.
A reverence for the past viewed through a modern eye. Jasper of Michael S Smith Fine Furniture and Fabrics offers Furniture, fabric and accessories crafted by the world’s finest artisans. Inspired by Michael’s personal archive of historic designs and reflecting his vision that everyone should live with beautiful things.
Another wonderful resource for old and new is Mirror Fair. They offer a collection of more than 350 classic looking-glass frames from selected originals of the museums of stately British homes Winterthur and Old Westbury.
Flemish Hammered Metal – fabulous!
They also cast glass moulding. What a great look.
Another source of furnishings modeled after traditional English designs is Jayson Home. Check out their online Fall 2012 catalogue.
Love this sofa as shown in this month’s Architectural Digest in this fabulous blue.
And then there is the outrageous Phyllis Morris.
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